Biblical Archaeology Review 38:5, September/October 2012


Biblical Archaeology Review

Győző Vörös (“Machaerus”) is research director of the Hungarian Academy of the Arts in Budapest and has served as director of the Machaerus Project in Jordan since July 2009. A specialist in architecture, he has led excavations at Thebes, Alexandria and Paphos. He is the author of Egyptian Temple Architecture: 100 Years of Hungarian Excavations in Egypt, 1907–2007, and editor of Taposiris Magna.

Morten Hørning Jensen (“Antipas—The Herod Jesus Knew”) is associate professor at the Lutheran School of Theology in Aarhus, Denmark. His research focuses on Galilee in the Roman period, and he is author of Herod Antipas in Galilee (Mohr Siebeck, 2006, 2010).

Avraham Faust (“Did Eilat Mazar Find David’s Palace?”) is chair of the Martin (Szusz) Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology at Bar-Ilan University. In addition to participating in numerous digs and surveys in Israel and abroad, since 2006 he has directed the excavations at Tel Eton (Biblical Eglon).

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